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As a point of reference. Since the BD_ADDR address location and its size in bytes is already known, it seems that on could use bleprofile_ReadNVRAM/bleprofile_WriteNVRAM to write (then read back) a new BD_ADDR.
It would probably require a reset of some form, but I thought I'd add this note as this question gets asked alot.